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have a problem with officers that take they job, think they're above the law. >> reporter: their lawsuit names the detectives involved in the arrest and the baltimore police department. it alleges officers handcuffs anderson, then kicked him in the rib, stomach, back, and chest maliciously and sadistically for the very purpose of causing harm. >> there's not discipline. there's no accountability. they fail to train, they fail to super vise. and as a result, the citizens are facing peril. >> anderson's death sparked rallies and marchs in the city. >>> we are following breaking news. police are searching for a masked man who shot and killed another man tonight. it happened in the 7400 block of railroad avenue in harmon. police say a man in his 40s was killed and another person escaped during some kind of attempted robbery. they are still actively searching for the shooter right now. >>> and in east baltimore, an investigation is under way after two men are shot and killed. it happened just after 1:00 this afternoon. both men were shot multiple times. so far, no arrests. if
for the new law. >> the website says if you want to keep the health insurance you've got you can keep it and now they're being told they can't. that's a lie. >> reporter: and sending more people into the health care exchange. in maryland, officials say more than 300,000 people have visited the state's health care exchange website. but website woes are a slow-down. >> they're working hard around the clock to fix all those kinks and work out things. >> reporter: 40,000 have created accounts on the site. 3100 have enrolled for coverage. ann chester says she's waiting for the glitches are gone. >> just get it fixed and then we'll see what it is that we may then have to talk about in terms of whether it works or not. >> reporter: the lack of a fix, the source of frustration for many. and the contractor that developed the maryland health care exchange has now hired more staff it try and fix those glitches. reporting live, meghan mccorkell, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. >>> health and human services secretary kathleen civilias will be in front of the hot seat tomorrow. some have called
of the affordable health care act. a supporter of the law is leading an effort to allow the march 31st enrollment for the deadline to slide. >> the roll out has been a disaster. i'm proposing we extend when people can enroll. >> reporter: extending the enrollment period would give consumers valuable time to choose a plan that's best for them. republicans have similar ideas. >> it's harder and harder for them to justify why they wouldn't delay the individual mandate as well. i think you'll see them responding to the failure of this policy. >> reporter: today as the first family headed for sunday services, the president declined to comment. >> come on, guys, we're going to church. >> reporter: his administration is moving ahead. they believe if they can get the website working by the end of november, calls to delay will die down. there are even more problems over the weekend for the website. a data center failed losing connectivity to a key portal on the healthcare exchange. >> the obama administration has not revealed how many people have signed up for medical insurance under the affordable care a
. >> reporter: a new law went into effect here in maryland that makes cyber bullying a minor a misdemeanor offense. it's called grace's law. she killed herself last easter after she was cyber bullied relentlessly. after her death, her family lobbied for action. >> i can't bring her back, but i can honor her memory by making sure it doesn't happen to anyone else. >> reporter: students are happy the school took action. >> they should get in trouble for it. they shouldn't be doing that to other kids. >> reporter: school officials say they will continue to crack down on cyber bullying. the school won't say what disciplinary action has been taken against those students, but the options ranged from detention to expulsion. >> thank you. maryland state schools have now joined a pilot program with facebook to combat cyber bullying. >>> the family of a man who died in police custody files a multimillion dollar website. the suit alleges anthony anderson was brutally beaten by three detectives before he died last september. but prosecutors found the detectives did not use excessive force and they were
he tried to take a picture with him. brown guarded by law enforcement and bodyguards raises a peace sign to the crowd as he left the courtroom leaving his attorney to do all the talking. >> christopher brown committed no crime. we understand that his security acted to protect mr. brown and mr. brown's property as he is authorized to do under district of columbia law. >> reporter: brown's music career has soared over the last few years, but his behavior outside of the studio has some fans questioning if he's really learned his lesson from the violent past. brown is still on probation for domestic violence case in which he reportedly beat up his ex- girlfriend, pop star rihanna. >> you don't have to always react to everything. >> reporter: brown entered a not guilty plea in the d.c. assault. the allege victim in the case is from beltsville. the police report says he suffered broken bones in the nasal area. brown is due back in d.c. for a second court appearance on november 25th. we're live tonight, i'm rochelle richie, wjz eyewitness news. >> thank you. the judge also ordered brown to
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